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E-FirstAidSupplies provides a variety of oxygen bags for easy storage of oxygen tanks and equipment. You can purchase oxygen sleeves, duffel bags, and the carrying cases you need here. Our portable oxygen bags, which come in a variety of colors and designs make it easy to transport oxygen cylinders and supplies.

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Portable Oxygen Bags

You can never be too prepared, and we at e-FirstAidSupplies have the best selection of EMS duffel bags for you to choose from. These professional grade bags are made from high quality materials and manufactured in the United States. These bags are designed to fit D and Jumbo D cylinders and other first aid gear. Fieldtex Products, the parent company of e-FirstAidSupplies, is trusted by the United States Armed Forces, multiple military primes, and EMS personnel across the country for our quality bags, EMS backpacks, and supplies.

How Many Sizes of Oxygen Tank Are There? There are 12 sizes of oxygen tanks. These range from 42 liters of capacity to 7080 liters. Most oxygen tanks are portable and do not require the patient to be in a bed or chair for use.

Recommendations for Storing Oxygen Tanks at Home Oxygen tanks should be stored upright, away from all sources of heat or sparks (ovens, stoves, lighters, etc.), separated from empty cylinders, and fully closed when not in use. Oxygen tanks and supplies should be properly secured and or stored on an even surface to prevent the cylinder from falling over and getting damaged.

How Many People Are Using Portable Oxygen in The US There are an estimated 15 million Americans with Severe Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, so around that many people are using portable oxygen.

Why is Oxygen Therapy so Common? Oxygen therapy is useful for many different symptoms and conditions. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, lung cancer, COVID, sleep apnea, pneumonia, and heart failure are some of the most common reasons. Many of these conditions require consistent oxygen therapy, and so people will need to store oxygen cylinders at home.